“Reichmannsdorf”
Encyclopaedia of Jewish Communities:
Germany volume 1
(Germany)

49°47' / 10°42'

Translation from Pinkas ha-kehilot Germanyah

Published by Yad Vashem

Published in Jerusalem, 1972


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This is a translation from: Pinkas Hakehillot: Encyclopaedia of Jewish Communities, Germany
Volume 1, page 255, published by Yad Vashem, Jerusalem, 1972


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[Page 255]

Reichmannsdorf, Germany

Village in Bamberg County.

Population:

Year No of Residents of them Jews %
1809-10 376 39 10.3
1867 616 60 9.7
1871 657 52 7.9
1880 614 31 5.0
1890 529 24 4.5
1900 531 19 3.6
1910 560 9 1.6
1925 553 3 0.5
1933 583 2 0.3
1939 - 0  

 

In 1779, Jews were mentioned in Reichmannsdorf, those Jews protected by the knights (“Ritterschaftliche Juden”) and under the authority of “The State Rabbi” (“Landrabbiner”) in Bamberg, and later, in the 19th century, the regional rabbinate in Burgebrach**.

At the start of the 20th century, a time that was under the regional rabbinate of Bamberg (beginning in 1906), the community shrunk and lost its independent status.

The Jewish cemetery in Reichmannsdorf (whose date of establishment is unknown to us) is under the supervision of the Bavarian Union of Jewish Communities.

* Cemetery without a community in 1933.
**In 1933 there was no Jewish community in this place.


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